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Could be a fuse ...or it is possible the bulbs are gone.or the wiring loom has been damaged.first place to check is the fusebox.then swap the working bulb into non working side to rule out any wiring faults.if new bulbs keep blowing then it points to a short in wiring or faulty switch which can cause power surges.get back to me if you have a sunroof and water seepage around the courtesy light as clios get this known problem which could be related.
check low beam fuse when switched on if it has voltage registering across the fuse ,if there is voltage across the low beam RHS fuse then it is possibly a pinched wire from the headlight running back towards inside of the car
If you open the hood and look down behind the headlights, you will see a socket where the wires come in. Turn it counter clockwise and the bulb should pull out. Replace the bulb and reverse the process.
I just changed the low beam bulb in a '05 Buick LaCrosse and found it really rather easy after researching it. I found no reason to remove the grill and the bumper cover, BUT you do have to remove the top 4 fastners that hold the grill assy to the radiator support, then you can work the headlight assy forward enough to work it out of the socket and turn it down so you can get to the bulb pockets on the back side. NO NEED to remove it all, just loosen it and gentley pry things forward enough to get the light assy out. ALSO> My supplier said his Wagner lighting book called for a 9006 bulb, but the car I worked took a H11. About 4x the money over a plain ol 9006 bulb but it might save someone picking up the wrong bulb. I hope this helps someone else out....Best of luck to you all
From under the hood, back side of head light assembly, will be the outer bulb, bulb part # 9006 low beam, turn outer ring around bulb counter clock wise, then turn bulb same way, disconnect harness and install new one, good luck, hope this was very helpfut.
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are you replacing just the headlight bulbs or are you replacing the complete assembly? what engine do you have? bulbs can be a little tricky, you must remove the battery to get to passenger side on on a 4.ol engine. the other side you can do without removing anything but it is easier if you remove the air filter box completely. let me know the answer to these questions so i can help you out. thank you
A torque bit screw driver are a philips screw driver should be all you need. JUST MAKE SURE NOT THE TOUCH THE BULB (new bulb) WITH YOUR FINGERS. Your body oil will make the bulb burn out quick!!!! Wear rubber gloves when installing the new bulb. f one is dim, you better change both sides. are the other side will also be dim.